1. Sammy Sosa in Exile: There's Silence Rather Than Apology from Former Cubs Star

    At 30,000 feet, the seat belt signs were not illuminated, and the drink carts rolled freely up and down the aisle. The salsa music played on, and nobody could see the turbulence ahead during the heyday of the Sammy Sosa era with the Chicago Cubs...

    Scott Miller Written by Scott Miller about 4 months ago 321,935 reads 167 comments

  2. 10 Signature Victories in Seattle Seahawks History

    Though they've been in the league less than 40 years, the Seattle Seahawks have made numerous NFL memories while hovering around the career .500 mark...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 4 months ago 2,004 reads 4 comments

  3. 5 Great Moments from Alain Prost's Formula 1 Career

    Alain Prost was one of the greatest drivers Formula One has ever seen. Hailing from Lorette in central France, Prost made his debut in 1980 for McLaren ...

    Neil James Written by Neil James about 4 months ago 2,172 reads 0 comments

  4. 10 Most Regrettable NBA Draft Picks from the Last 10 Years

    Like it or not, hindsight will always be a crucial part of evaluating successes and failures in the NBA ...

    Alec Nathan Written by Alec Nathan about 4 months ago 166,383 reads 289 comments

  5. Remembering Eduardo's Leg Break and Arsenal's Slump in 2008

    In February 2008, Arsenal were five points clear at the top of the Premier League and seemingly on course to win their first title since 2004. However, their season hinged on one agonising moment...

    James McNicholas Written by James McNicholas about 4 months ago 13,354 reads 52 comments

  6. San Francisco 49ers: What to Expect from the 15th Pick in the Draft

    The San Francisco 49ers currently sit with the 15th overall selection in the 2015 NFL draft. Fans are already dreaming about their new stud wide receiver, run-stopping defensive ...

    Bryan Knowles Written by Bryan Knowles about 4 months ago 2,682 reads 2 comments

  7. Picking a Manchester City Cult Heroes XI

    Manchester City have a number of cult heroes, players who are largely ignored outside of club circles but adored by a section of the Sky Blues' support...

    Rob Pollard Written by Rob Pollard about 4 months ago 2,237 reads 17 comments

  8. Classic Throwback Uniforms for Each Current NHL Club

    Here's a non-slideshow look at a traditional or throwback uniform for each current NHL franchise. Some of them haven't changed all that much in all the years the Stanley Cup has been awarded to the league playoff champion, except for colors...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 4 months ago 4,108 reads 2 comments

  9. Classic Helmet Designs for Each NFL Team

    It's only a few days until pitchers and catchers report to spring training, but almost five months until NFL training camp...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 4 months ago 1,276 reads 0 comments

  10. Bradford City: How the Bantams Have Shocked Premier League Elite in the Cups

    Bradford City have reached the FA Cup quarter-finals after claiming another notable Premier League scalp. This time it was Sunderland who fell to the League One giant-killers in a 2-0 defeat at Valley Parade...

    Ian Rodgers Written by Ian Rodgers about 5 months ago 4,850 reads 8 comments

  11. Arsenal's First All-Foreign Starting XI: Where Are They Now?

    A decade ago, Arsenal made history. On Valentine's Day of 2005, Arsenal became the first English club to name an entirely foreign matchday squad...

    James McNicholas Written by James McNicholas about 5 months ago 16,425 reads 13 comments

  12. Remembering the First Pair of African-American Sisters to Take Tennis by Storm

    As Serena and Venus Williams play out the end of their careers, debates have risen about their place in tennis and American history. Some call Serena Williams the greatest female tennis player of all time...

    Merlisa Lawrence Corbett Written by Merlisa Lawrence Corbett about 5 months ago 4,390 reads 9 comments

  13. Will Shields Embodies All the Best Aspects of Pro Football Hall of Fame

    When guard Will Shields was drafted out of Nebraska in the 1993 NFL draft (74th overall), he joined a Kansas City Chiefs squad with a plethora of talent...

    Farzin Vousoughian Written by Farzin Vousoughian about 5 months ago 697 reads 0 comments

  14. How Reliable Are Early 'Headline' Formula 1 Testing Times?

    It's always said that "headline" Formula One testing times — teams' quickest laps — are a poor indicator of the season ahead...

    Neil James Written by Neil James about 5 months ago 3,681 reads 1 comments

  15. Washington Redskins Super Bowl Memories: Theismann, Riggins and the Hogs

    The Washington Redskins have a more illustrious and successful Super Bowl history than all but a few NFL teams. The Redskins won three Super Bowls in the decade from 1982 to 1991...

    Mike Frandsen Written by Mike Frandsen about 5 months ago 502 reads 0 comments

  16. The Best Players to Never Win a Super Bowl

    John Madden once famously said, as I recall, at the end of one Super Bowl : "There is no greater difference in sports than winning or losing a Super Bowl." It is the one major professional sports championship in America that rides on one game...

    Eric Mack Written by Eric Mack about 5 months ago 72,164 reads 242 comments

  17. 5 Amazing Moments in Gianluigi Buffon's Juventus Career

    There is little doubt that Gigi Buffon is the finest goalkeeper of the current era, his performances for club and country rivaled only by a list of achievements equal to those of any player in the game today...

    Adam Digby Written by Adam Digby about 5 months ago 3,672 reads 14 comments

  18. 5 Stunning Examples of Perfect Hat-Tricks

    Two years ago today, Cristiano Ronaldo scored a perfect hat-trick: right foot, left foot, header. It came in Real Madrid's 4-0 win over Getafe and was one of many trebles the Portuguese ...

    Samuel Marsden Written by Samuel Marsden about 5 months ago 8,680 reads 29 comments

  19. Munich Olympics, 1972: The 'Other' Controversy You May Have Forgotten

    Despite its apolitical ideals, the Olympic Games have historically drawn many a political cause to its global stage...

    Red Shannon Written by Red Shannon about 5 months ago 2,136 reads 0 comments

  20. Saint-Etienne vs. PSG: 5 Great Clashes Between the Ligue 1 Sides

    This Sunday, Paris Saint-Germain travel to the Rhone-Alpes region of France to take on Saint-Etienne at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard...

    Andrew Gibney Written by Andrew Gibney about 5 months ago 1,349 reads 0 comments

  21. 3 Star Names to Play for PSG and Saint-Etienne

    Paris Saint-Germain will take on AS Saint-Etienne on Sunday, needing a win to remain in pursuit of Ligue 1 leaders Olympique Lyonnais and second-placed Olympique de Marseille...

    Jonathan Johnson Written by Jonathan Johnson about 5 months ago 1,228 reads 1 comments

  22. 20 Years On: Ex-Palace Star John Salako Remembers Eric Cantona's Kung-Fu Kick

    This Sunday, a man called Matthew Simmons may reflect on the night that he went to a football match and got kicked in the chest by one of the modern era’s greatest players...

    Andy Stevenson Written by Andy Stevenson about 5 months ago 40,955 reads 15 comments

  23. Ranking the Best All-Stars in Montreal Canadiens History

    The Montreal Canadiens have a storied history that includes countless All-Stars who have played in the game since it was held during the 1947-48 season...

    Brandon DuBreuil Written by Brandon DuBreuil about 5 months ago 554 reads 0 comments

  24. Super Bowl Betting: Sportsbooks Safe from Long-Shot Wagers

    If you wanted to turn a huge profit by betting on the New England Patriots to win the Super Bowl, you should have done it after Week 4...

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  25. World Series Cup 1994/95: When Two Australia Teams Were Better Than One

    It perhaps seems hard to believe now, but 20 years ago, Australia had enough world class cricketers to fill not just one, but two international teams strong enough to beat other countries’ first XIs ...

    Chris Teale Written by Chris Teale about 5 months ago 1,937 reads 0 comments